Workplace Stress. An unemployed graduate is plagued by eczema. A bereaved woman suffers a heart attack. A divorced man develops high blood pressure. Are these circumstances linked… or mere coincidences? Stress is an ever-present influence on our health and well-being, therefore awareness of its impact is critical. The UK Chief Medical Officer raised concerns in a report in 2014 stating that the 70 million working days that are lost each year in the UK due to mental illness – of which stress was a significant portion. This came at a £70 to £100 billion cost to the economy.
Today we launch a new white paper called ‘Stressed Out’. In this paper Jessica Andrews looks at how workplace stress leads to physical illness, and how that can be managed:
- The Impacts of Stress
- How Employees can combat workplace stress
- How Management can combat stress
- How Organisations can assist.
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